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    Mobile Athlons

    Not going to get one, I was just wondering what sort of speeds the Mobile Athlons are reaching? Like these:

    Mobile Thoroughbred 1500+: http://www.cpucitystore.co.uk/catalo...roducts_id=477

    Mobile Throughbred 1600+: http://www.cpucitystore.co.uk/catalo...roducts_id=476

    Mobile Barton 2400+: http://www.cpucitystore.co.uk/catalo...roducts_id=464

    Mobile Barton 2500+: http://www.cpucitystore.co.uk/catalo...roducts_id=392

    I'm just curious really. I've heard about the great overclocking on the 2500+, but what sort of speeds are there with the other processors?
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    the mobile bartons average around 2.4 GHz on good air cooling i think. Most the bartons 2400-2600 clock about the same i think

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    i can get 2.7 ghz on about 2.05v with my xp2500-m,it won't go much higher though regardless of voltage

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    another good point about mobiles. They're perfect for sff system where they run at a lower voltage than desktop processor so their heat output is lower and such lower temps which mean that temp controlled fans in a shuttle and the like don't go into high as often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schrickvr6
    i can get 2.7 ghz on about 2.05v with my xp2500-m,it won't go much higher though regardless of voltage
    what cooling are you using?

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    water although i could get 2650 using a swiftech mcx462-v

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    Get the mobile 1500+, if you don't mind less cache. They'll reach 2400MHz no probs.

    For £30 you can't argue, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big_Al
    Get the mobile 1500+, if you don't mind less cache. They'll reach 2400MHz no probs.

    For £30 you can't argue, right?
    I could argue that....deffo.

    Its not a patch on a regualr cache sized chip. Lots of second hand XP1700 and 1800's to be had for £30 and those will do just over 2gig and with no effort.

    Is cache really worth it? Yeah....the Thorobread cache is a good thing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zak33
    I could argue that....deffo.

    Its not a patch on a regualr cache sized chip. Lots of second hand XP1700 and 1800's to be had for £30 and those will do just over 2gig and with no effort.

    Is cache really worth it? Yeah....the Thorobread cache is a good thing...
    So the Mobile Thoroughbreds have less cache than the other Thoroughbreds?
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    My mobile barton 2400+ does 2600 on air, but its is only doing 2300 at the momment as i can keep my comp silent at this speed.

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